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in the area. that's pretty much the scenario as we head in through the course of the day. all this wet weather will be widespread as it moves through. definitely will need to keep your umbrella handy. into the evening hours and probably the first part of your tuesday. here's a look at current temperatures, 49 degrees at reagan national airport. 46 at baltimore. we've got 45 at dulles. 47 at fredericksburg and 45 at culpeper. today will be a cool day. we did have a freeze warning and frost advisory. it's ended. areas there seeing cooler conditions. our daytime high today, 55 degrees, with a chance of that rain kicking in in the afternoon hours. definitely cool. we have good news as we look ahead into the full forecast, however, into the week we'll see a warmup. but the columbus day chill is definitely kicking in. so any outdoor plans for this holiday, bundle up and keep
your eyes to the skies for the wet weather. back to you. thank you very much. new this morning, a man is in the hospital after being shot by montgomery county police officer. this happened around 3:15 this morning near flora lane and woodland drive in silver spring. police were called there for reports of a man threatening to hurt himself and others. police realized the man was at his girlfriend's house. they got her and her two children out safely, and then they encountered that man in a stair well. police believe he was armed and there was a confrontation before the officer shot the man. another search is set for today for a missing teenager from northern virginia. family, friends and volunteers will be gathering at a park in fairfax at 10:30 this morning. 17-year-old bryan glen was last seen dropping his younger brother off at his school last monday morning. police found his car about a mile and a half away.
investigators are reviewing surveillance video from nearby dunkin' donuts. the big story this monday morning, controversial signs that refer to radical muslims as savages are going up on several metro stops today. >> a group filed a lawsuit after metro officials wanted to delay putting those up. fox5's melanie alnwick is live at the u street station with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. still no signs of those controversial ads yet. on thursday, lawyers for metro told the judge that the fbi was investigating a threat of violence if d.c. put up the ads. but the judge citing first amendment rights went ahead and ordered those signs be posted in metro stations by 5:00 today. the ads paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say "in any war between civilized men and the savage, support the civilized
man. support israel, defeat jihad ." many people say they're offensive because they basically equate muslims with savages, citing concern from three u.s. security agencies, metro wanted to delay displaying the ads until after the protests in the middle east over the "innocence of muslims" film subsided. the sponsor sued to put them up immediately and won. riders have mixed feelings. >> in our civil society, the first amendment has the greatest protection. the government needs to protect the speaker and for those who say they want to engage in violence, we'll arrest you for engaging in the violence. >> they should be allowed on free speech grounds, but i think it's irresponsible. >> it's kind of a big thing to call somebody a savage, but this is america. it's freedom of speech. >> reporter: again, we don't know what time those ads are going to be posted today. metro did say it was not going to appeal the ruling and would comply with the judge's order
which specify they need to be up by 5:00 this evening. there are three other stations that will be displaying the ads, georgia avenue, glenmont and takoma stations. just one ad in each station. police say they'll be ready in case there are protests, but they don't expect any. less than a week after the first presidential debate, president obama joked with supporters in california over the weekend, admitting he may not have been at his best in denver. the president took time to criticize mitt romney, going after what he claims is romney's plan for $5 trillion in tax cuts and cuts to pbs to help close the deficits. >> for you moms and kids out there, somebody is cracking down on big bird. cracking down on him. elmo has made a run for the
border. governor romney plans to let wall street run wild again, but he's bringing the hammer down on sesame street. >> president obama will continue campaigning in california today, with a star studded event in san francisco, including john legend and will.i.am. meanwhile, mitt romney returns to virginia today as he laughs off what looked like an uncomfortable situation in florida. the republican nominee was taking pictures with staff at a restaurant in port st. lucie when one of the staffers wiped romney's face with a napkin. romney can be seen laughing off the situation, but appears to be a little uncomfortable. prepare for a month full of debates. this thursday vice president biden and congressman paul ryan will face off in their first and only debate. next tuesday, the 16th, president obama and mitt romney will meet for their second
debate and the final debate is october 22nd. u.s. senate race in virginia takes the spotlight tonight as democrat tim kaine and republican george allen face off in richmond. the race between the two former governors has been close since the start. but a new poll of likely voters shows kaine with 52% and allen with 45%. the debate will be co-hosted by aarp virginia and the league of women voters of virginia. making headlines around the world now, and around the nation, we begin in venezuela, where president hugo chavez has been reelected for a third team. officials say the polls saw one of the biggest turnouts in years, with nearly 81% of registered voters taking part. it was his closest election yet. he has held the post nearly 14 years. chavez says he'll press more
forcefully for a transition to socialism. allison, authorities in colorado are ampling up their search for a missing 10-year- old. a backpack was found in the town of superior. a water bottle was also left behind. jessica was last seen last friday morning as she left her home to meet friends before school. jerry sandusky will learn his fate tomorrow. the former penn state assistant football coach was convicted in june of 45 counts of sexual abuse to young boys. he faces up to 400 years in prison. but experts expect his sentence to be closer to 30 to 60 years. he'll also probably be able to work a 30-hour week to earn money in prison. new developments in the deadly border shooting last week in arizona. the head of the border patrol
agents union say it was agents opening fire on each other. they will not say if the fallen agent was the first to shoot. a brawl broke out between two wedding receptions early sunday morning. this happened inside a hotel in philadelphia. witnesses say it started when two brothers got into a fight. something was thrown and it hit someone else. an uncle of one of the brides suffered a heart attack and later died. several people had to go to the hospital and three people were arrested. a health alert this morning, that we continue to follow. the number of rare meningitis cases linked to a tainted steroid treatment has now risen to 91, spanning nine states and killing seven. another case was reported in maryland this weekend. 18 cases reported in virginia with one death in each state.
the massachusetts pharmacy linked to the outbreak issued a voluntary recall of all of their products. every parent worries about their child wandering away from their side. but a new study shows it's a bigger concern for children with autism. fox5's sarah simmons is here with more on this new study. >> the pediatrician who led the study is the director of the interactive autism network. he says this is one of the few problems with autism that is life-threatening. according to the study, 49% of children with asd had wandered or eloped as they call it, at least once after age four. that's almost half. they looked at siblings without autism, and only 13% had ever bolted after age four. experts found the problem can be deadly for children by looking at media reports, they
found children with the disorder commonly died due to things like drowning or traffic accidents or other events after bolting from safety. some of the most common places they bolted from were their homes, stores and classrooms. parents say many times the children wanted to run or explore. others say they wanted to return to a place they enjoy or were trying to escape a tense situation. doctors say it highlights a problem that is not only a family concern, but a community wide problem. they're hoping to spread awareness and also to first responders. there's a push for a warning system, kind of like an amber alert system we use now. the goal is to make sure there is an immediate response when a parent reports them missing. >> thank you so much. coming up, the nats still going strong, as the redskins walk off the field without a win. dave?
>> yes, tony. been tough sweating for your skins, especially from fed ex field. we'll hear from alexander on that subject. the nationals move a step closer advancing with a huge win in st. louis. we'll recap a busy day in sports. stick around. when i was younger and... financially stable. we were poor. the mgm casino in michigan. and it changed her life. clerk. way up. insurance... and i make great money. seven will create... twelve thousand jobs. to accountants... and construction workers. place to work with good pay... question seven.
the nats pull off late night dramatics. >> and o's and redskins fall short. >> one out of three. >> is bad. >> 33%. i guess you take it. good to get that one, though. >> very good. very important. >> very important, exactly right. the nats were throwing gonzalez yesterday. without strasburg, you want a win with the ace on the hill. wasn't pretty or easy, but they got the job done. key situation in the 7th
inning. matthews comes in. bases deuces. 5-4-3, double play. matthews is pumped up. next inning, tyler moore after that great defensive stand, and here come the nats back. two runs score on the rookie's base hit. get the win, 3-2. will try to make it two in a row today at 4:00. orioles, 2-2 in the 9th. leading off the 9th, martin. a homerun. they score five times in all and beat the orioles 7-2. game two for the birds and yanks tonight back at charm city at 8:00. we know things didn't go well for the redskins yesterday. but everybody is talking about the big hit on rg3. tough to watch. he's a running quarterback. here's my thing on this, and a lot of people are like, he has to get out of bounds.
i agree. can't take away his legs. has to get out of bounds to avoid contact. but he needs to run. had zero rushing yards in the first half and zero points. i don't think that's coincidencal. kirk cousins had to come into the game, the other rookie, this one from michigan state. looked great here. down by four in the 4th quarter. 77yards to moss. looks great. cousins later threw two picks at the end of the 4th quarter. and the redskins lose 24-17. now, that's to be expected. this is not. billy cundiff is a veteran. 31-yard field goal here that he pushes wide. at this point, he missed four of his last five kicks. the problem in this kick in particular, it was a momentum shifter. we were both at this game, and you could feel the life get sucked out of fed ex. instead, 10-0 redskins at the half potentially. matt ryan was fired up. came down on the ensuing drive
and scored a touchdown. changed the whole complexion of that game. those are the type things you can't have happen. it did happen. shanahan said he'll figure out if he's going to bring in more kickers. i'd be surprised if he didn't. one other thing we have to get to and that is we know about cundiff. but alexander is tired of the redskins losing at home, and i know the fans are tired. here's zo on the frustration that is eight straight home losses. >> redskins nations is probably one of the, or is the best fan base i think in the league. it's very disappointing and embarrassing for us not to be able to win at home and defend our home turf. if we want to get to the playoffs, you have to defend home turf. maybe split away. that's what the good teams do, they win at home. >> you heard the word embarrassment.
when i asked him that question, eight straight losses, before i could finish eight, he jumped in. eight straight losses, you have eight home games a year. >> my son has become a big redskins fan. he has yet to see them win. >> that's the point. historic levels of losing at home. can't have that happen. going to try again next week. minnesota comes in. they're hot. we'll find out about rg3 with the concussion tests. he'll have to pass all tests by an independent doctor. probably won't find out truly the results and his status until wednesday or thursday. kirk cousins will probably get rest as the week goes. talked about it last hour, concussions these days, they don't treat them like they did 20 years ago. we're not going to assume he's going to play. we'll wait three or four days and figure this out. kicking situation, that could get revolved earlier rather than later. >> the home loss thing, the
fans are great. >> nasty day and they're all out there. >> we're making noise. but, you know, the other team is completing big plays. eventually you start to feel like, we're doing our part. >> here we go again. >> it's not just up to us. >> cannot continually have this happen week in and week out. close games. they're in them, and they have to figure out ways to win. >> i've heard variances on the script. marcus is watching and he goes, redskins are exciting. what's going on? the game has changed. i'm not sure what that piece is. >> no moral victories. we're big boys. have to figure out how to get it done. >> thank you, dave. >> sure. how the first "american idol" is celebrating 10 years in the music business. >> find out what this rocket is carrying to the international space station. first let's check in with holly. >> reporter: it is a perfect morning, tony, for oyster stew.
i happen to be at the perfect place as we're live in hollywood, maryland, as hollywood oyster farm. show them baby oysters. take a look at these beautiful little creatures. we're learning all about oyster harvesting, oyster recovery, and yes eating oysters. now is the time. you can help out the state of the bay by ordering them up. we'll find out all about it later on fox 5 morning news. [ male announcer ] who will raise taxes on the middle class? according to an independent, non-partisan study, barack obama and the liberals will raise taxes on the middle class by $4,000. the same organization says the plan from mitt romney and common sense conservatives is "not a tax hike on the middle class." want proof?
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average price for a gallon of gas in california is now 84 cents higher than the national average. experts say it's due to several factors, including a power failure at a refinery in southern california last week, and the scaleback in fuel after a previous refinery fire back in august. prices are expected to go back down next week. a new era in space flight
is underway. >> the dragon capsule made by the private firm spacex blasted off last night on its way to the international space station. it's the first privately contracted mission to the iss. it will reach there wednesday and will stay there three weeks. part of its cargo includes ice cream for the astronauts. wouldn't it be great if it's a surprise to them? >> and it's there, ice cream. i wonder what you do miss the most, those comfort foods. >> probably one of the things. coming up, how much for a piece of genius? the albert einstein letter going up for auction and what it says straight ahead. >> a live look outside now on this chilly morning. there's reagan national airport. we'll show you where some people are already hitting the slopes. 9:24. we'll be right back.
the first nobel prize has been announced. british researcher john gurdon -- >> gurdon. >> what did i say? >> gored. >> and japanese scient shinya yamanaka -- [ laughter ] >> will share the prize for medicine. both have done work, it's serious, discovering how matured cells in the body can be harvested and turned into stem cells. those stem cells in turn are being used to create replacement tissue for damaged parts of the body. long before dolly the sheep was cloned, remember dolly? gurdon-- >> isn't it gurdon? yes, it's g-u-r-d-o-n. >> i want to call him gordon, i'm sorry.
used frog cells to create new tad poles. last week japanese scientists used yamanaka's approach to use mice cells to produce baby mice. >> on the screen it's different. >> i made it funny with -- >> tell us which is correct. we have it two different ways. competely different. >> let's talk about john. >> let's talk about john. >> the same work, however, the year that yamanaka was born was the first time john gurdon came up with this. they worked on it independently. you can tell this work has been going on for a long time. congratulations to both of them. >> boeing of them. a letter written by albert einstein is being told on ebay. starting price, $3 million.
seems high. it was written in 1954 and addressed to a philosophyer, eric gutman. i got my name. he discusses his views on religion. the auction closes october 18th. >> do you think $3 million is high? >> seems like it. are his letters at that rare? >> seems strange, because there was that beatles print, was it a print only going for like $100,000. >> yeah. >> does seem strange. >> not that we're saying -- >> no, not at all. but precious document. >> the letter is significant because it does contain some controversial views about religion. remember, he was a scientist. believed certain things. there you go. >> we'll see how much it fetches. >> to pronounce, today is columbus day. >> columbus. yes. >> easy one. >> gwen, want to tell everybody
about something. we have video to show you about people in minnesota. this is not from last year. this is now. earliest open of this resort. two weeks ago the water slide was open there. more than a foot of snow has dropped in some areas. >> was the water slide super cold? >> i don't know. >> might have been. >> ski lovers unite. >> do you ski, gwen. >> yes. >> i guess, california a canadian. >> beautiful places in canada, by the way. >> go ahead. >> as i said, columbus day. all right. chilly columbus day, how is that as we start out? we've got cool conditions for you. not enough to produce snow here, though, thank goodness. rain is on the way. and wet weather in the forecast. sun will return early part of
this week, which is good news. temperatures up and down and all over the place. you'll wonder what season is it really. some of you seeing fog. visibility reduced. light rainfall pushing through. will increase into the course of the day, because we have this plume of moisture here that will move up from the south. will become widespread especially into the evening hours. if you're planning anything outside, keep your umbrella handy. yesterday's highs well below seasonal. 56 d.c. 52 at dulles and 55 at bwi marshall. 13 to 19 degrees cooler than the average. today is not going to get much better. it's 49 now in d.c. 43 gaithersburg. cumberland, chilly 37 degrees. ridge of high pressure that will build behind all this tomorrow. however, lingering showers into the first part of your tuesday.
be prepared for that. the cool air is going to actually start to move out a little bit. future scan showing you, some of the rain that will head through into the afternoon hours. will be around for your evening commute and into the tuesday as i said in the early part of the day, expect to keep your umbrella there as well. 55 your daytime high today. light northerly wind. 45 the overnight low. accu weather seven-day forecast, dry conditions from wednesday through to sunday. can't beat that. and for those of you who don't like the chill, take a look, we warm up by hump day. 74 on your wednesday, with temperatures rising into the upper 60s before it's said and done. gwen, thank you very much. can we have the prompter switched please? thank you. the war in afghanistan began its 12th year yesterday in a country that remains deeply divided and dangerous. u.s. troops invaded the country october 7, 2001. less than a monday after the
september 11th terrorist attacks. all foreign troops scheduled to leave by 2014, the same year the afghan people are expected to vote for a new president. more than 2,000 u.s. troops have been killed since the beginning of that war. a special night to honor the grace and beauty of our female war veterans. the first miss veteran america pageant was held last night in arlington. it featured several veterans and revealed the woman beyond the uniform. all of the proceeds from the event went to the program that gives homeless female veterans a place to live. >> an angry deer corners a man in a park. >> frankenweenie hit theaters
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in this morning's buzz bin, critics may not like liam nissan's sequel -- >> what do they know? >> it earned more than double the earnings for opening weekend for taken, the original, in 2009. that earned less than $25 million. he returns as a retired cia agent who takes on a gang seeking revenge on his family. number two, hotel transylvania. third place, pitch perfect, looper in four, and frank enweenie, which allison saw in fifth. >> i wanted to see looper, but
i saw frankenweenie, because i'm a mom. >> it made me cry like a baby at the end. the actors include katherine o'hara and martin short. our movie reviewer, kevin mccarthy sat down with the pair and got short to do a bit from one of his most famous characters. check it out. >> weird to hear you say kevin to me. >> me, too, actually. i don't hear it enough, kevin! there was a movie called home alone? >> haven't seen it. >> two of my favorite characters are ed grimly and sarah from nightmare for christmas. how would they interact with this environment? >> very scared by the potential rejuvenation of different, like, worms and things, i must say, and snails coming back. pet snail, leonard. sally would probably be in good
company. finally, somebody who looks just like me. the stitching. >> i love looking back at careers. if you had relived your career in stop performance, which performance and why? >> i would say sc tv. >> the whole show? >> some of the sketches we did, would be great. >> i would say jiminy glitch. >> the talk show? >> yeah. >> growing up baseball is normal or football is normal, but i always wanted to be in acting. ever have aspects of your life your family said, no, can't go into acting, that's too weird? >> my parents were worried that i said i wanted to act and my dad said i can get you a job in
the office. saw the girls in the office, i was like, no. not until we were doing sctv and people talked to him at work did he finally believe i had a job. that's scary for parents, to go into the evil word of show business. >> when i was a kid, i had an imaginary television show in my attic. no one said, hey, why don't you be an actor? i went right into medicine. then i realized, because i didn't like science, i was only a fan of the show quincy. >> my mom and dad were scared. but being funny at home, was encouraged 24 hours a day. yeah. >> sometimes with kids -- >> i got it from them. >> sometimes the kids are trying figure out their journeys and you realize possibly the answer is there but you're looking past it. >> that was fine, kevin, thank you. the first "american idol" kelly clarkson is celebrating
10 years with a greatest hits album. clarkson was crowned the winner in 2002. she's now 30 years old and is proud of everything she's accomplished. she's releasing a new song this month called "catch my breath." her great hits cd will be available in november. >> should be a great cd. if you don't routinely give your dog heartworm medicine, you don't want to miss our next segment. annie will introduce us to carson who is heartworm positive. now, how he's doing with his recovery and how you can protect your own dog. >> fresh rock oysters -- local oysters. this morning holly is teaching us about a program to help save the chesapeake bay. coming up next, how to pick your oysters and ideas on what to do with them. we'll be right back. are you ready ?
this is a man playing cat and mouse with a deer. only this was no game. a deer with giant antlers tried to attack a man walking along a park in london, england. the man yelled for help while hiding around a wooden fence that's built around a tree. each time he'd move one way, the deer would follow. eventually he decided to climb the tree and the woman who spent considerable am of time shooting the video, then called police. heartworms are among the most dangerous and damaging parasites. i'm tired, and i apologize. i'm having trouble. >> it's monday. >> yes. damaging parasites but they're 100% preventable. it can be preventable with medications given monthly and should be given year round. >> unfortunately it's not
always the case. annie is learning more and introducing us to a pet who is heartworm positive. good morning. >> good morning. this is carson, and he is heartworm positive, and we're learning more about that this morning from our good friends, melanie the founder and president of the rescue, and of course dr. keisha parish, who is with the hickory ridge animal hospital in columbia, maryland. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> we have edgar in your lap, melanie and carson. let's start with carson. he is heartworm positive. what does that mean? >> carson has heartworm disease. he contracted that from a mosquito bite. over the course of several months the mosquito transmitted a larva into his bloodstream that's turned into worms. we don't know how advanced it is or how many worms he has,
but he'll be treated this week. >> how long is the treatment process and how does that affect his day-to-day life? >> some pets can be more symptomatic. he's not showing many symptoms. the treatment is a three-dose treatment. will take a month to go through the treatment. receives one treatment and 30 days receives a second and third treatment. will take about six months for it to clear his system. >> clears out and he's back to being good. what are some symptoms or things that -- how do you know if your dog has it, first of all? >> sometimes you won't know your dog has it. some dogs are asymptommic and we find out they're positive from a blood theft that's run annual -- test that's run annually. some dogs show signs of cough, can have exercise intolerance, lethargic. they can develop heart disease from the heartworms.
>> the good news is this disease is 100% preventable with a monthly pill. i give my dog a monthly pill. i have to set an alarm. with a busy life, i forget. some owners will forget. is there another option for those people always on the go? >> there are. there is three different types of treatments. the pill you give every month and different manufacturers for that. there's a topical medication you can use monthly, and an injectable medication you can give once every six months. your veterinarian gives that. that helps if you have an issue being compliant. >> that's good. melanie, you have edgar. >> yep. >> he's so cute. he looks like my dog. i'm guessing he's a poodle mix. >> he is. he was part of a seizure. there were four dogs. he's about two years old. he's a little bit fearful of men. >> of men? >> of men. but he's an awesome dog.
he's quiet. pretty calm. a little bit of separation anxiety. he'd still make a great pet. probably could use a home with another buddy. >> tell us about carson. >> he's about five years old. rescued out of a shelter in the south. we get lots of pugs in. >> sweet. >> yeah, these are both on our web site. and you can look at our available dogs page. >> you can actually shop for a furry friend, edgar or carson, at one of the upcoming adoption events coming up the 11th, tuesday, right, from 4:00 to 6:00 in silver spring, maryland. you have another one on the 14th? >> thursday at discovery, 4:00 to 6:00 and bark at pikeville. first time we'll be doing an event at that location, 12:00 to 2:00 sunday. >> go out there and meet these
two guys. thank you to the both of you. >> thank you. >> thank you for having us. >> thanks. you know what time it is. we want to say good morning to becky and mia. bassett hound mix. i'm told she is full of energy and redskins fan. still cheering them on after yesterday. good for you. log onto myfoxdc.com and upload your pet photo for pet of the day. allison and tony, back to you. >> annie, like two movie dogs you have this week. really cute, both of them. >> they are. >> thank you so much. whether you like them raw, grilled or stewed, oyster is making up some of the hottest dishes. >> we're learning all about them. holly morris joins us from the shore in hollywood, maryland. hey, holly. >> reporter: hey, guys. you like oysters? >> yeah, they're fine. >> not my favorite, holly. >> reporter: you know what they
did for casanova. i think he ate like 50 every morning for breakfast or something like that. but oysters are popular in our area. now is the time to get them. can't get them more fresh than on the dock. we're in hollywood, maryland this morning. here is the most important question of the day, tal, how often do you get pearls out of the oysters? >> i wish. the pearl is at the restaurant. >> reporter: that's a perfect transition there. we definitely have a pearl here. this is chef blackwood, pearl dive oyster palace. good morning to you, sir. >> how are you? >> reporter: anybody can cook in a kitchen, jeff. it's more fun to cook on the dock. >> that's it. challenge. >> reporter: actually, what's really fun about this week is that it is, you know, from the bay for the bay. >> yeah. >> reporter: all your restaurants i'm assuming, if you order a maryland seafood
dish, a dollar goes back to the oyster recovery program. >> yes. which we're active in. >> reporter: you're active in the sustainable seafood. talk about your commitment to that. >> well, we don't -- when we talk about local, we talk about local in a more all inclusive manner. talk about local, you have to talk about the chesapeake bay. without the chesapeake bay, it all goes away. this is the heart of everything. the reality is, we're good at saving rock fish and crab. but you have to look at the whole bay and say what can we do to make the entire bay safe and healthy? one of the important things missing in the past is the oysters. when the bay is full of oysters, it filters the bay in to time at at all. >> reporter: you'll whip us up oyster dishes here. what have you got? >> going to grill a few oysters, then make a stew. >> reporter: when you're grilling them, put them on the
grill like that? >> just like that. >> reporter: high heat grill? >> usually a high heat grill. >> reporter: as hot as you can get it? >> we're a little windy out here today. we're missing out a bit. >> reporter: tal, how do the oysters look? >> good, fresh hollywood oysters. >> reporter: you're supposed to say they look beautiful. >> they look beautiful. >> reporter: what's in the sauce? >> garlic, chili flakes, lemon juice and butter. >> reporter: oysters take on the flavor of whatever you put in them, right? >> they do. very much so, the climate, just very much like wine. >> reporter: yeah. >> the climate and the environment that dictates their flavor profile. >> reporter: now let's talk stew. >> going to make the stew as well. basically this stew is going to be simple little thing. we're going to have some leaks, onions, garlic. we're going to sweat in our not
very hot pan. >> reporter: as you're doing that, is it true, you're only supposed to ate them that eat in months with an r? >> not anymore. their meat is sweet and firm all year round. >> reporter: how are we doing, jeff? >> doing good. i think i'll have to close this to get it hot enough. cover it up. people don't realize it, the triploids, they stay firm all year long. >> reporter: what do we need to do to finish the stew? >> onions, garlics, leaks and shallots, sweat them. add bacon fat. little bit of stock, cream, cook it down, finish with lemon juice and zest.
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